Campus Safety and the National Weather Service are partnering to do two trainings on winter weather safety and 2018 severe storm review. Both trainings will take place in the ANB Leadership Center located in the Clay Pathfinder building on Thursday, Oct. 25. The trainings will be from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The Adult Career and Education System (ACES) is offering classes to students that want to complete their high school equivalency for free. Adult Education and High School Equivalency Certificate Preparation will be offered Oct. 29 through Dec. 12 as a class to help prepare for the tests. HiSET is offered through ACES and GED
Counseling and Campus Wellness will be holding a special event 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 18, 2018 in Room FA 149, to help students improve their wellness both mentally and physically to help them find more success academically. There will be three stations for students; mental wellness, nutrition tips and a Pilate’s demo.
Mental health support is accessible to students in need after-hours and on the days the campus is closed by connecting with a WellConnect Counselor. On-campus counselors are available during regular business hours for individual and crisis support in the Pathfinder building, room 207, or by calling 307-778-4397. The free and confidential mental health support hotline
The No-No Boy workshop will take place at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 9, in the ANB Bank Leadership Center in the Clay Pathfinder Building on the LCCC campus. No-No Boy is performed by Julian Saporiti and Erin Aoyama, taking inspiration from interviews with Japanese Incarceration camp survivors and many other stories of Asian
Laramie County Community College is teaming up with Puma Steel to host a welding competition Sept. 28 at Puma Steel. The competition is taking place in coordination with the U.S. structural steel industry’s 10th annual SteelDay. SteelDay is the largest educational and networking function promoted by the structural steel industry. The welding competition is open
Laramie County Community College will hold an active shooter training from 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 13 in the Union Pacific Centennial room in the Center for Conferences and Institutes. The FBI’s Active Shooter Detection and Prevention Training is designed for Wyoming educators, school resource officers and administrators. During the training, attendees will receive
The candidate-filing period for the boards of trustees in Laramie County School Districts 1, 2 and LCCC closed on Aug. 27th. LCCC has three remaining seats for four-year terms. The candidates that filed in this position are: Edwin Avery, Harmon “Bud” Davis II, Brenda Lyttle, J.C. Manalo, Carol Merrell and Janine Thompson. LCSD1 has four
Laramie County Community College’s Best on Campus Livestock Show is scheduled for 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21 in the LCCC Arena. This event is coinciding with LCCC’s 50th anniversary celebration on Saturday, Sept. 22. A traveling belt buckle will be introduced for the champion of the livestock show. It will cost $10 to nominate a